F1, F3, F4, F7 and H7 are the different processors in racing drone flight controllers. This article explains the differences between these MCU, the advantages and disadvantages and help you decide which FC to get.
Here are some of the best FPV Drone flight controllers (FC) that I recommend in 2020. If you are just starting, I strongly recommend starting with Betaflight, because it’s the most widely used firmware with tons of online resources to help you get started or fix problems.
USB ports on flight controllers can be difficult to access in some frames, such as cinewhoops. Here are some useful USB adapters and cables that might help !
The Zeez F7 FC and 60A 4in1 ESC Stack is designed by a new FPV company based in Italy. This is a premium FC stack with some of the highest specs for 4S and 6S FPV drones.
The 20x20mm HGLRC Zeus35 has FC, PDB and ESC all integrated into one single board. This powerful little FC is designed with 2″, 3″, 4″ and even 5″ FPV drones in mind, but can one flight controller rule it all?
Here I explain how to flash/update BLHeli_S firmware on your ESC using Cleanflight FC Pass-through.
Holybro released a new version of the Kakute F7, the V1.5! In this post we are going to take a look what’s new and whether you should upgrade from the predecessor.
My favourite FC – the CLRacing F7 has been upgraded to V2. In addition to the improvements they also released two versions, DUAL Gyro and MPU6000! Everyone’s happy!
The Crazybee F4 Whoop FC is designed by Happymodel, originally for brushless Tiny Whoops but are now also used in ultra-light micro quads, such as my favourite Sailfly. It’s a compact and light weight solution, as the radio receiver, FC and 4in1 ESC are all integrated into one single board.